Rafael Nadal has won a record 22 Grand Slam singles titles, more than any other male player in tennis history.
Simultaneous holder of Olympic Gold Medal in singles and Majors on clay and grass courts
Youngest (Aged 24) men's player to achieve the Career Golden Slam.
Youngest (Aged 24) men's player to complete the Career Grand Slam.
Most titles won at a single Grand Slam tournament (French Open) - 14
Most titles won on a single surface (clay) - 14
Nadal has reached a milestone 30 Grand Slam finals in his career, second to Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic's. ( 31 Grand Slam finals)
Nadal completed a career Grand Slam and a career Golden Slam and became the youngest player in the Open era to achieve both.
At the 2022 Australian Open, he became the 4th man in history to complete the Double Career Grand Slam, winning each Grand Slam title at least two times.
Nadal, known as the "King of the Clay", has won the French Open 9 times in his first 10 attempts, and 14 times overall.
On clay, Nadal has won 26 Masters 1000 titles, a record of 13 Grand Slam titles, and an Open Era record 62 titles.